Below you will find a variety of news items for the Northampton Survival Center.
In Memoriam – Shaun McManus
Shaun Martin McManus, of Northampton, Mass, formerly of Leominster, died peacefully with his family by his side on February 14, 2019 at the Fisher House Hospice in Amherst.Read More
In Memoriam – Alvin F. Morris
Alvin F. Morris of Northampton died on Wednesday morning, February 20, 2019 at Hospice of the Fisher Home in Amherst after a long period of declining health. He was 80 years old.
Born March 13, 1938 in Altoona, PA, Al was the first of three sons of Arthur A. Morris and Margaret J. (Roberts) Morris of Duncansville, PA. Even before graduating from Altoona High School, he began his career in the newspaper profession. At age 16, he started covering sports as a reporter for the Altoona Mirror. Over the years, he worked in a variety of editorial positions at newspapers in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Connecticut. While he was an editor on the copy desk at the New Haven Register, he made lifelong friends and met his wife, Mary, who was then a reporter. They were married October 5, 1974, in Washington, CT.Read More
In Memoriam – Laura Cranshaw
NORTHAMPTON – Laura Elton Cranshaw, 89, of Northampton, died on July 15, 2018 after an extended illness.
She was born December 11, 1928 in Highland Park, Michigan to Wilma (Bachelder) and Col. Norman Elton. As the daughter of a career officer in the Army Medical Corps, during childhood she moved often, ultimately graduating from Newton High School in 1946.Read More
In Memoriam – Mary Bourret
Mary was born on Feburary 16, 1951 to Robert and Marion (Sonn) Murphy in Mt. Kisco, New York. She spent her early childhood in Yorktown Heights, New York before moving with her family to Sunderland and attending Frontier Regional High.Read More
Memorial Day weekend Northampton Survival Center beneficiary of the silent auction at the Paradise City Festival
This weekend, the Northampton Survival Center is the beneficiary of Paradise City’s popular Silent Art Auction. 100% of the Auction proceeds will be donated to the Center. Bid high and bid often at the Silent Art Auction tables in Building 3! Hundreds of beautiful and valuable pieces have been generously donated by Paradise City’s exhibiting artists. Jewelry, furniture, painting, sculpture, ceramics, glass, wearable art, metal, wood, prints and more will be presented all weekend for your bidding pleasure, with different items displayed every day. Check out the tables, and be sure to visit the booths of the artist donors. The Northampton Survival Center thanks all of them for their generosity.
Volunteers will help you place your bids. The tables will close to bidding at exactly 4pm on Saturday and Sunday, and 3pm on Monday.Read More